Virtual Maintenance Trainer

Virtual Maintenance Trainer

The VMT uses a fully interactive, 3D graphical visualization environment to develop the knowledge and skills required to maintain the system.

  

  



- Contains a complete interactive simulation of the aircraft systems and avionics, plus the ground equipment needed to perform the maintenance tasks
- Replicates  corrective and preventive maintenance tasks across the aircraft systems
- A single source of technical information that can fulfill different training needs and so supports training standardization across technical subjects
- Developed a new 3-dimensional integrated virtual learning environment for aircraft maintenance training which can significantly enhance:

            • Systems Training
            • Inspection and Walk-around Training
            • Troubleshooting Training

- Provides students with an accurate, easy to use and cost-effective training solution that is particularly suitable for training technicians and electro-avionics maintenance engineers.
- A highly effective tool to aid familiarization with, and understanding of, the aircraft systems (e.g. hydraulic, ECS, flight controls, electrical, etc.) and the mechanical structure
- Apply a “learn-by-doing “ training methodology supported by virtual technologies to provide maximum exposure to skills required on the line
- Simulation replicates the functionality of an airplane
- All components simulated and integrated together accurately
- Hardware components replaced with graphical equivalent
- Access to full aircraft
- Locate aircraft system components
- Identify serviceable and unserviceable components or conditions
- Run prescribed procedures
- Ideal for practical testing
- Reduce cost, logistics and risks compared with training on a real aircraft
- Review the correct maintenance procedures to reinforce classroom training and before moving onto the real equipment
- Learn how to use complex maintenance computers installed on modern aircrafts
- Manage the technical publication and data correctly in relation to the status of the aircraft systems
- Develop troubleshooting and fault isolation skills to diagnose faults correctly

  

Integrating the Virtual Flight Deck to the Virtual Aircraft
- Component & Panel Location
- Systems Knowledge
- Standard Operating Procedures
- Engine Run-ups
- Troubleshooting
- Fault Isolation
- Component Removal
- Emergencies
-Cockpit panels and displays
- 3D aircraft and components
- Cockpit, BITE and LRU simulation
- Electronic documentation
-Wiring diagrams
-Virtual test sets and aircraft equipment
-Links Fault Isolation Manual (FIM) and Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM) technical documentation to 3D models